Students who enjoyed and were good at Maths GCSE should consider taking maths A Level. The A Level builds directly on the GCSE and is most commonly subdivided into core (pure) maths, mechanics, and statistics. Students who are also taking A Levels in Physics should focus on mechanics in particular.  

Maths is, of course, a rewarding subject in its own right, but is essential for careers in physics, engineering, and architecture.  Students taking A Levels in the other sciences and/or Economics, Business Studies, Accounting or Computing will find that the skills they develop in Maths compliment their understanding of these subjects.  Maths is considered a facilitating subject by the Russell Group.